Talk:Ephemeroptera

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Note[edit]

The systematics of the Ephemeroptera is rather complicated, since this order is one of the oldest one amongst the Pterygota, and there are no large differences between the 2100 known species.
Studies have recently shown the suborder Schistonota to be paraphyletic, which may again bring the systematics in a flux.

Characteristics[edit]

The Ephemeroptera have two adult stages:

  • the subimago (with complete wings, but not sexually mature)
  • the imago (the totally developed adult stage)

They are the only insects to have multiple adult stages in their development.

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